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The DI Rankings saw little movement overall this week but a couple of games bore interesting results. The top four saw a bit of a shakeup and one team made its first appearance in the rankings in a long time.
BYU dismantled Central Washington for the second time this season. The Cougars looked deadly and move into the number two spot behind St. Mary’s. Although Life continues to win, the Cougar's impressive display sees them overtake the Running Eagles.
Central Washington does not go down, despite the loss. The bottom line is that the top four are considerably better than the rest of the pack. Central Washington is a good team and will most likely reach the Penn Mutual Varsity Cup final in May.
The Red River final caused the other stir in the rankings. Baylor upended LSU 25-22 to win the conference. LSU was previously ranked 16th and drops to 25th overall as a result. Baylor slides in for the first time this season at number 23.
|1||St. Mary's||Beat Sacramento State 80-3|
|2||BYU||Beat Central Washington 55-12|
|3||Life||Beat Davenport 45-11|
|5||Central Washington||Lost to BYU 55-12|
|6||Lindenwood||Beat Clemson 71-5|
|8||Indiana||Beat Notre Dame 40-19|
|10||San Diego State||Idle|
|13||Notre Dame College||Idle|
|17||Davenport||Lost to Life 45-11|
|21||Clemson||Lost to Lindenwood 71-5|
|23||Baylor||Beat LSU 25-22|
|25||LSU||Lost to Baylor 25-22|